Arts & Entertainment

Crazy antics, eerie mysteries and awkward villains are all showcased in Dan Gregor’s (“How I Met Your Mother,” “The Comedians”) new comedy-thriller, “Most Likely to Murder.” The film stars Adam Pally as Billy, a loser …

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More than 10 years after his last full-length movie, “Gettin’ Grown” (2004), Loyola film professor Aaron Greer released his second feature film, “Service to Man,” Feb. 20. His latest film tackles race relations with a …

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The “Fifty Shades” franchise isn’t known for being a cinematic masterpiece, and it’s safe to say the third and final installment of the trilogy isn’t any different. “Fifty Shades Freed” doesn’t redeem the first two …

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Netflix’s latest original film, “Mudbound,” is an ambitious, layered exploration of race in America. Although set in the 1940s, the film feels so modern it almost begs to be interpreted as a metaphor for today. …

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Director and actor Kenneth Branagh’s (“Henry V,” “Much Ado About Nothing”) latest film, “Murder on the Orient Express,” relies mostly on celebrity star power and tenuous buildup to keep its adaptation of novelist Agatha Christie’s …

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Thanksgiving is just around the corner, and moviegoers can start looking forward to this holiday season’s most anticipated theatrical releases. No matter what your taste is, you can certainly find something you will love this winter.

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“Suburbicon” is a dull attempt by writer and director George Clooney (“The Monuments Men,” “The Ides of March”) and co-writers Joel and Ethan Coen and Grant Heslov to pen a poignant diatribe against white supremacy in 1950s suburban America.  

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The 53rd annual Chicago International Film Festival (CIFF) came to a close Oct. 26 after two weeks of celebrating foreign and independent cinema at the AMC River East 21 Theatre (322 E. Illinois). The lauded …